A male from one of the 23 pairs I studied during 2015 in northern patagonia, along a transect of less than 30 km. First study of the species nesting on sea cliffs.https://www.academia.edu/30803331/DE_LUCCA_E.R._2016._UNA_POBLACI%C3%B3N...
Wow! beautiful birdie there. Tell us more, won't you?
Interesting variation in male plumage, too, to me.
Very nice work! Looks comprehensive and like much effort in this research. Love the photos in your pub, too. Thanks for sharing this. --Laura Haas, New Mexico, USA
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